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Telecom Says Texas Already Downed Rival’s Antitrust Claims
A telecom battling allegations it lodged a series of sham patent suits to damage a rival in the market for upgrading phone landlines told a [...]
Full Fed. Circ. Won’t Review ‘Dangerous’ Alice Reversal
The Federal Circuit said Tuesday it would not reconsider a ruling that unwound Google LLC’s Alice win on three spreadsheet patents — a decision the [...]
‘Fortnite’ Hits Back In IP Suit: ‘No One Can Own A Dance Step’
The creator of the smash hit video game "Fortnite" is pushing to kill one of several lawsuits that claim the game infringed copyrights by letting [...]
Fresh Takes On Seeking Costs And Fees Under Rule 45
Recent case law reveals that courts vary widely in their approaches to shifting the costs and fees incurred in responding to a Federal Rule of [...]
Alere Dodges New Trial In Drug-Testing Patent Fight
A California federal judge on Monday rejected a bid for a new trial in a case in which a jury found that Alere Inc. did [...]
For Now, Competitive Generic Therapy Exclusivity Is A Mirage
In 2017, Congress tried to solve the problem of high drug prices caused by inadequate generic competition, creating a new form of market exclusivity known [...]
Amphastar GC In On Docs Leak In Antitrust Suit, Cos. Say
Amphastar Pharmaceuticals Inc. tried to pin a leak of confidential documents solely on a former Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP attorney, but the [...]
Combating the ‘Dunning-Kruger Effect’ in Inventors
Patent professionals encounter many different personality types working with their colleagues and inventors. On one end, there are those who do great work but lack [...]
The latest US lawyer moves
Recent hires in the US intellectual property world include new partners at Baker Botts, Mintz & Gold and RuyakCherian [...]
The latest US lawyer moves
Recent hires in the US intellectual property world include new partners at Baker Botts, Mintz & Gold and RuyakCherian [...]
The latest US lawyer moves
Recent hires in the US intellectual property world include new partners at Baker Botts, Mintz & Gold and RuyakCherian [...]
The latest US lawyer moves
Recent hires in the US intellectual property world include new partners at Baker Botts, Mintz & Gold and RuyakCherian [...]
The latest US lawyer moves
Recent hires in the US intellectual property world include new partners at Baker Botts, Mintz & Gold and RuyakCherian [...]
The latest US lawyer moves
Recent hires in the US intellectual property world include new partners at Baker Botts, Mintz & Gold and RuyakCherian [...]
The latest US lawyer moves
Recent hires in the US intellectual property world include new partners at Baker Botts, Mintz & Gold and RuyakCherian [...]
Roche To Settle Enzo Biotech IP Fight For $21M
F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd. subsidiaries will pay $21 million to resolve a patent infringement dispute with biotechnology company Enzo Biochem Inc. in New York federal [...]
The ‘Iancu Effect’ Won’t Matter if Not Supported by the Courts or Congress
The Global Innovation Policy Center (GIPC) of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce issued its annual International IP Index ranking the intellectual property environments in 50 [...]
Growth Of Women Inventors Is ‘Sluggish,’ USPTO Finds
Women inventors are forcing their way into the patent field surely but very slowly, according to a report released by the United States Patent and [...]
Design Registration in Australia

6th July 2018 Design Law | Lara Alexandra

What is a design? The Designs Act 2003 (Cth) defines...

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Trade Mark Infringement: “TACO Tuesday” OR “TACO SUES’DAY”?

29th June 2018 Trade Marks | Sam Gilbert

A popular pub in Melbourne’s Footscray has received a cease...

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Sydney IP Lawyers Update : IPSANZ Conference

17th June 2018 Trade Marks | Sam Gilbert

W3IP Law attended the IPSANZ conference in Sydney hosted by...

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TEDx Sydney 2018 To Share Ideas worth Spreading

11th June 2018 Events | Lara Alexandra

The theme of this year's event is to explore the...

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What is a Sales Agency Agreement?

6th June 2018 Contracts | Lara Alexandra

In certain circumstances, a person will appoint another person to...

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Cryptocurrencies and Trade Mark Infringement

29th May 2018 Crypto | Sam Gilbert

In recent news, UAE based ‘crypto’ company “Alibabacoin Foundation” are...

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The Impact of Brexit on EU Trade Marks

18th May 2018 Trade Marks | Sam Gilbert

What will be the fate of EU trade marks after...

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Intellectual Property Commercialisation

8th May 2018 Globalisation | Sam Gilbert

For many Australian companies, China represents a substantial market share...

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“The Right to be Forgotten”: Google Loses Landmark Case

24th April 2018 Personal Information | Sam Gilbert

Google has been defeated in the English High Court this...

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Protecting Your Brand – Adidas and Reebok Take Legal Action

15th April 2018 Trade Marks | Sam Gilbert

Adidas and Reebok have together taken legal action against 53...

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What you need to know – EU General Data Protection Regulations

29th March 2018 Data | Sam Gilbert

Did you know that the European Union (EU) has introduced...

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My Photo was Stolen on Instagram

17th March 2018 Intellectual Property Protection | Lara Alexandra

Instagram has more than 800 million active users and is...

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